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August 4, 2017

From the late nineteenth century onwards—and within the English-speaking world—the term ‘prosperity’ started to recur with increasing frequency in the literature dealing with political change, social development and intellectual progress. Its usefulness, and widespread adoption, was a reflection of the fact that this was the word regarded by most commentators as the least inadequate rendering of eudaimonia: a term central to the philosophy of Aristotle. English translations o...

April 3, 2017

For many commentators, Brexit, Trump and the rise of populist parties overseas are the inevitable result of a “crisis in capitalism”: an economic system that has supposedly failed to serve the interests of the masses and has been rigged in favour of an urban educated elite, generating escalating inequality and economic instability. For failing to address these phenomena, elites are now paying the price.

However, for me, Brexit is about something else entirely. Piecing together...

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